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Southern League Central Projections

By Middx Wanderer8/5/2017 21:50Mon May 8 21:50:13 2017

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Not final of course, but the prediction is


A.F.C. Dunstable
A.F.C. Rushden & Diamonds
Arlesey Town
Ashford Town (Middlesex)
Aylesbury
Aylesbury United
Barton Rovers
Beaconsfield S.Y.C.O.B.
Bedford Town
Chalfont St. Peter
Egham Town
Fleet Town
Hanwell Town
Harrow Borough
Hartley Wintney
Hayes & Yeading United
Kempston Rovers
Marlow
Moneyfields
Northwood
Thame United
Uxbridge

I guess it could be a lot worse.

Edited by Middx Wanderer at 21:52:09 on 8th May 2017

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Re: Southern League Central Projections

By cappers8/5/2017 22:31Mon May 8 22:31:09 2017In response to Southern League Central ProjectionsTop of thread

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A nice mix of teams in there, 5 other local Middx teams plus some slightly further away games. A nice change of scenery. It makes a change from the Ryman M25 league.

I still have hope that we won't get relegated though. At least one team usually goes broke and drops down the divisions.

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Re: Southern League Central Projections

By South Harrow Old Boy9/5/2017 13:13Tue May 9 13:13:15 2017In response to Re: Southern League Central ProjectionsTop of thread

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Nothing exciting pops out of that list, no seaside trips, no bigger clubs who have fallen on hard times. I suppose a few local derbies ain't too bad. i wonder who our Boxing day or New Years day opposition would be???
Please, please, please let us get a reprieve.........

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Re: Southern League Central Projections

By geemickey9/5/2017 14:43Tue May 9 14:43:46 2017In response to Re: Southern League Central ProjectionsTop of thread

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I agree, although its undeserved, a reprieve would be much the preferred option, ideally with a transfer to the Southern Premier in my opinion.

But, if you were to end up in the Southern Central Div (surely preferable to Isthmian Div 1 North ?) you would meet
Aylesbury Utd (playing at Chesham), AFC Rushden & Diamonds and Hayes & Yeading - three former 'big' clubs who have seen much better days.

In addition, the many attractive local games would enable a lot of supporters who can't usually travel to get to some away games. It would be nice to see Harrow Borough as a winning side again, instead of forever struggling against relegation !
Crowds may even increase at Earlsmead !

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Re: Southern League Central Projections

By Middx Wanderer9/5/2017 16:11Tue May 9 16:11:16 2017In response to Re: Southern League Central ProjectionsTop of thread

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As mentioned earlier, it seems we may well have to buy the drinks next time we are in Worcestershire

http://nonleague.pitchero.com/news/the-national-league-north/worcester-city-may-go-step-4-5/

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Re: Southern League Central Projections

By geemickey12/5/2017 15:20Fri May 12 15:20:01 2017In response to Re: Southern League Central ProjectionsTop of thread

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Worcester City have confirmed they will be taking additional relegation - apparently to the Midland League, which is below Div 1 North and Southern Central.

Harrow must have a very good chance of a reprieve now - hopefully with a transfer to the Southern Premier.

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